Adams apologises for body shaming incident Givenchy1
Celebrity liferoyalsroyal weddingsSuits star Patrick J. Adams apologises for body shaming incident after the royal weddingSUITS star Patrick J. Adams, is apologising to his fans for some of his conduct following his attendance at the royal wedding.In a since deleted post, the 36 year old actor shared an unflattering snap of a woman sleeping along with a story about an altercation with her. Adams and wife Troian Bellisario arrive at the royal wedding. Picture: APSource:AP.When she later fell asleep at the airport Adams shared her image, prompting fans and critics alike to accuse him of body shaming her in retaliation for her rudeness. After apparently mulling it over, Givenchy shoes the star took the photo down and replaced it with an apology message on Instagram.I posted a photo of a woman who did some casual body shaming of my wife and I in the airport. My intention was solely to put a face to the people who think that sort of glancing commentary is necessary, helpful or funny. Some of the comments on the post instead said I was being a bully and should have taken the road (some also doubled down on the body shaming. Thumbs up guys!) he wrote in the lengthy caption. thought it over and agreed and took it down, not because I felt the woman was right or fair or undeserving of being called out but because any sense of being a bully or lashing out felt wrong. My intention was solely to put a face to the people who think that sort of glancing commentary is necessary, helpful or funny.
Some of the comments on the post instead said I was being a bully and should have taken the "high road" (some also doubled down on the body shaming. Thumbs up guys!) I thought it over and agreed and took it down, not because I felt the woman was right or fair or undeserving of being called out but because any sense of being a bully or lashing out felt wrong. Now a number of familiar outlets with a lot of extra time on their hands are asking for comment and getting ready to publish the post in their hard hitting newspapers, magazines and blogs. So I'll comment here. I'm no bully. What that woman said to us was offensive and unnecessary but I should have told her she was rude and out of line and left it at that. I'm sorry I didn't. I was too shocked and annoyed and Canadian so I avoided the confrontation. Again, Adams apologises for body shaming incident Givenchy I'm sorry. Now if you see the original post on any media outlet just know that they are choosing to take a relatively small indiscretion and make it worse. Not for me. Because I promise you once I hit post on this message it will be out of my mind forever. But it will make whatever bullying or embarrassment I might have caused for that woman far worse for a far wider audience. Now this has obviously taken up far too much of our time and of the precious internet space that we need so much. Sorry about that. But let's just finish with a quick summary. 1. Don't talk shit about the way people look. You have no idea what's going on with them and your commentary will always make their day worse not better. 2. If someone does. Don't use the internet to settle scores. Tell them right to their face and in public that they're part of the problem and not the solution. 3. Believe pretty much nothing you read in magazines. Good or bad. The machinery runs on misfortune and oversimplification. 4. Be cool to yourself and others at every opportunity. Life is too short for all of this. Thx for reading. Now back to our lives.
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